St. John Vianney 1920 Skyview Drive • Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Phone/Telefono (770) 941-2807 Fax (770) 941-5821 • Friary (770) 941-2817 www.sjvpar.net SACRAMENTO DE UNCIÓN DE ENFERMOS Este sacramento puede recibirlo cualquier persona que sufra una enfermedad crónica, o que necesita ser hospitalizada para someterse a cirugía o por causa de edad. Para recibir el sacramento lo único es llamar a la oficina, en caso de emergencia puede llamar a cualquier hora. PASTORAL STAFF Fr. George Sabol OFM Conv. Pastoral Administrator Fr. Reto Davatz OFM Conv. In Residence Deacons Rev. Mr. Frank Przybylek Rev. Mr. Johnny Rentas Rev. Mr. Carlos Garcia Rev. Mr. Richard Searls Mrs. Sharon Loiselle Director Faith Formation Mr. Karl Kuhlken Youth Minister Mrs. Karla Zelaya Hispanic Secretary Rev. Mr. Carlos Garcia Confirmation Coordinator Ms. Judy Sheridan Parish Secretary Maria Laboy Pastoral Council Facilitator Mr. Paul Bleess Finance Council President EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES Saturday Vigil Mass 5:00 p.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m. (Contemporary) 10:30 a.m. (Choir), 12:00 Noon, Spanish Masses 7:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday & Thursday 7:00 p.m. (Lyke Chapel) Tuesday 8:00 a.m. (Lyke Chapel) Wednesday 8:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. (Spanish) Friday 8:00 a.m. (Lyke Chapel) First Friday Adoration 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Holy Days and Holidays Consult Bulletin PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m., evenings by appointment. SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Saturday: 4:00 - 4:45 p.m. Any other time by appointment. SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING THE SICK Anointing may be conferred on anyone who suffers from a chronic illness, entering the hospital, facing surgery or the infirmities of age. Arrangements must be made by calling the parish office. In case of emergency, call anytime. SACRAMENTS OF BAPTISM, EUCHARIST CONFIRMATION, AND MARRIAGE Preparations for the Reception of these Sacraments have special criteria and instructions. Call the Parish Office for further details. SACRAMENTOS DE BAUTISMO, COMUNIÓN CONFIRMACIÓN Y MATRIMONIO Para recibir estos Sacramentos se requiere ciertos requisitos especiales. Se sugiere consultar la oficina parroquial para más detalles. SERVICIOS DE CONSEJERIA Familia, matrimonio, casos personales, abuso de drogas etc. Si hay alguna necesidad de conserjería profesional, el Servicio de Conserjería Católica de la Arquidiócesis esta disponible con dos Consejeros en nuestra área. NUESTRA MISIÓN Nosotros, Pueblo de Dios de St.. John Vianney, como comunidad de Fe, estamos llamados por Cristo a vivir el Evangelio por medio de nuestros actos de fe, esperanza y caridad. Vivimos unidos como una familia en la fe, compartiendo nuestra diversidad de culturas, nuestros dones y carismas y nos esforzamos para convertirnos en una verdadera comunidad iluminada y guiada por el Espíritu. Guiada por El, queremos acercarnos a todos los hermanos para compartir la Buena Noticia del Evangelio, nuestra Tradición Católica Romana y llegar con nuestra presencia hasta a los hermanos mas alejados físicaespiritualmente de nuestra comunidad, para que participen en la vida y tareas de la iglesia. MISSION STATEMENT We, the people of St. John Vianney, as a Catholic community of faith, are called and challenged to be Christ like by living out the gospel through acts of faith, hope and love. We live united as a faith family sharing our diversity of culture, gifts, ministry and leadership as we move to become a true community of faith. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, as a warm and caring community, our desire is share the Gospel and Roman Catholic traditions. We reach out to those in spiritual or physical need and encourage full to live and and active participation in the life and works of the church. MAY 24, 2015 PENTECOST SUNDAY Mass Intentions for the Week of May 25, 2015 - May 31, 2015 Monday, May 25 7:00 PM Will & Diana Adamovich - 30th Anniv. Tuesday, May 26 8:00 AM +Leokadja Zielinski Wednesday, May 27 8:00 AM +Deceased Franciscan friars, sisters, relatives and benefactors 7:00 PM +Leokadja Zielinski Thursday, May 28 7:00 PM +Leokadja Zielinski Friday, May 29 8:00 AM +Leokadja Zielinski Saturday, May 30 5:00 PM +David Philipp: Judy Sheridan Sunday, May 31 7:00 AM +Leokadja Zielinski 9:00 AM +Genevieve Gary: Johnny & Frances Rentas 10:30 AM +Lydia Castro: Johnny and Frances Rentas 12:00 PM All Parishioners, living and deceased 1:30 PM Rosary Hour Mass MON READINGS FOR THE WEEK May 25, 2015 THROUGH May 31, 2015 Monday: Sir 17:20-24; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 10:17-27 Tuesday: Sir 35:1-12; Ps 50:5-8, 14, 23; Mk 10:28-31 Wednesday: Sir 36:1, 4-5a, 10-17; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Mk 10:32-45 Thursday: Sir 42:15-25; Ps 33:2-9; Mk 10:46-52 Friday: Sir 44:1, 9-13; Ps 149:1b-6a, 9b; Mk 11:11-26 Saturday: Sir 51:12cd-20; Ps 19:8-11; Mk 11:27-33 Sunday: Dt 4:32-34, 39-40; Ps 33:4-6, 9, 18-20, 22; Rom 8:14-17; Mt 28:16-20 STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE Administración de Tesoro As disciples we are called to be faithful stewards of Ɵme, talent and treasure. May 17, 2015 $ 10,895.00 Cath. Communications $ 2,593.23 Thank you for your conƟnued generosity! Please remember SJV in your will and estate planning! ¡Gracias por su conƟnua generosidad! Por favor recuerden a SJV en su planiĮcación de ulƟma disposición y Memorial Day - Parish Office closed TUES. 7:00 PM Bible Study WED. 7:00 PM 7:30 PM Contemporary Choir Hispanic Choir THURS 7:30 PM 7:30 PM Hispanic Charismatic Prayer Group Core Hispanic Charismatic Prayer Group II FRI. 7:00 PM 7:00 PM Hispanic Prayer Group Hispanic Charismatic Prayer Group SAT. 3:00 PM 6-8 PM Epic Church Study Reception for Fr. Michael Garcia SUN. 9:00 AM 4-8 PM Hispanic Choir Parish Picnic In your prayers: Barb Dormer, Arnold Flores, Terry Brown, Carolyn West, Oneida Chapple, Gwen Miller, Angelica HernandezOrtiz, John Deane, Rina Reyes, Beverlee Leo, Cooper Hayes, Carlos Handal, Bob Robinson, Art Davis, Olga Caubo, Carlos Silva, Ellen Keyser, Vi Slagle, Rita Parr, Marie White NEW CLERGY for ST. JOHN VIANNEY Archbishop Wilton Gregory has announced the appointment of Rev. Ignacio Morales as pastor of St. John Vianney parish and Rev. Mark Thomas as parochial vicar; effective on July 1st. NUEVO CLERO de SAN JUAN VIANNEY El Arzobispo Wilton Gregory ha anunciado el nombramiento del Reverendo Ignacio Morales como Párroco de la parroquia de San Juan Vianney y al Reverendo Mark Thomas como Vicario Parroquial; efectivo el 1 de julio May 24, 2015 Pentecost Sunday Acts 2:1-11 Psalm 104 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or Gal 5:16-25 John 20:19-23 or 15:2627; 16:12-15 Luke tells us that the disciples “were all in one place” (v 1) on Pentecost. Their continued presence in Jerusalem is in obedience to Jesus’ command to wait in the holy city until they receive the Holy Spirit (see Acts 1:4). In Hebrew, the word for “wind,” ruah, is also the word for “spirit” and “breath.” It was God’s ruah that hovered over the waters of creation and was breathed into Adam. God’s Spirit comes to rest on the disciples, and they are “filled with the Holy Spirit”; they begin speaking “in different tongues” (v 4) so that their message is heard by the Pentecost pilgrims in Jerusalem, “devout Jews from every nation under heaven” (v 5). Paul tells us that it is only “by the Holy Spirit” (v 3) that we can proclaim the Lordship of Jesus; that is God’s Spirit at work in us. The gifts of the Spirit are many and produce different fruits, but they come from “the same God” (v 6). Cyril of Jerusalem compares the Spirit to the rain: the same rain falls on different plants, but the flowers they produce depend on their own identity, whether lily or rose or violet or hyacinth (Catechesis, 14:12). Each of us is called to do our part with what we have been given for the good of others. Jesus’ Easter evening appearance to the apostles in today’s Gospel is unexpected. They are hiding behind locked doors “for fear of the Jews,” but he “came and stood in their midst” (v 19). Showing them “his hands and his side” confirms his identity as the one who was crucified and had his side pierced. Their response is to rejoice. He now gives them “the Holy Spirit” (v 22) promised at the Last Supper. For our evangelist, Easter inaugurates the era of the Spirit-led church. For reflection: Is my experience of God’s Spirit more like a strong wind or a gentle whisper? How have I experienced God’s Spirit in the lives of others? Today as we celebrate Pentecost the Holy Spirit wants to make us advocates of God’s presence to bring new life to others, especially those who do not know the love of God in their lives. Your gift in the St. Vincent de Paul envelope will help the poor to believe in the mystery of God’s love for them. URGENT!!!! Our St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry needs the following items: Spaghetti and Sauce, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Personal Care items: Shampoo, Mouthwash, toothpaste, body lotions, deodorant, and toothbrushes (Items can be trial size) If you can donate any of these items, please deposit them in the bins provided in the gathering area. THANK YOU!!! Volunteers are needed to help handle the numerous requests for assistance that come into the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Weekly Stewardship Scripture Reflections St. Paul reminds us today that all of our gifts have their source in the Holy Spirit and that those gifts are given “for the common good.” What gifts are mine to share? FOR MOTHERS & BABIES IN NEED Please put your monetary donation, cash or check (made out to Paulding Pregnancy Services) in the baby bottle. We will collect them on Father’s Day (June 20-21). Paulding & Cobb Pregnancy Service Centers are in the greatest need for the following items: VacaƟon Bible School will be held June 15—19th from 9AM—12PM Many Volunteers are needed! Please contact Sharon if you can volunteer in any way (firstname.lastname@example.org) Hooded Towels, Crib sheets, Receiving blankets, Sippy Cups, Diapers (Sizes 1 and 2) Diaper Genie with Refills, Humidifier, Vaporizer, Bottle brushes, Bottles 4-6 oz. Small learning toys (rattles, teethers) Baby Formula (Gerber Good Start—Gentle or soothe) Boys and Girls Clothes (Sizes 12 and 18 months) El horario para las misas en español es el siguiente: Miércoles 7:00 PM Domingo 7:00 AM Domingo 1:30 PM * BIENVENIDOS * 24 de mayo Domingo de Pentecostés Por todas las personas: Para que el Espíritu Santo nos lleve a comprender y apreciar de manera más profunda el don de la vida de cada persona; Roguemos al Señor “El Papa Francisco ha cautivado el mundo con su humildad, calidez y compasión por cada persona. Los vívidos relatos de su ternura por “los más pequeños de estos”: los ancianos, los presos, los que padecen discapacidades deformantes, los niños por nacer y muchos más. ¿Por qué? En el centro de cada una de estas interacciones hay una verdad que resuena en nuestro corazón, revelándonos algo esencial para entendernos a nosotros mismos y entender nuestro propósito. Somos amados”. — Declaración para el Mes Respetemos la Vida 2014, Cardenal Seán P. O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap., Presidente, Comité para las Actividades ProVida de la USCCB (http://www.usccb.org/about/pro-lifeactivities/respect-life- Oficina Parroquial Cerrada Lunes 25 de Mayo 31 de Mayo de 4:00pm - 8:00pm La Iglesia pondrá las hamburguesas y los hot dogs, lo único que tienes que traer es un plato de acompañamiento. Si quieres participar o quieres servir de voluntario, favor de anotarse en la hoja que se encuentra en el tablón de anuncios frente a la cocina. Todos están invitados a la misa de celebración del Padre Michael García en SJV Sábado 30 de mayo A las 5PM Inmediatamente después de la Misa habrá una cena de celebración por parte de la iglesia. Se necesitan arơculos nuevos o seminuevos para la subasta silenciosa del CCW el próximo 30 y 31 de mayo. Para mas información comunícate con Peggy Lynch 770-941-5204 Escuela Bíblica De Verano Para Niños Fecha: Junio 15-19, 2015 De 9AM—12PM Se necesitan los siguientes arơculos: VenƟlador Industrial grande, Rollos de manteles de plásƟco blanco, Cubetas de plásƟco, Cinta adhesiva roja, Cinta adhesiva blanca, un pollo de goma, Pequeña piscina inŇable , Bolsas de papel, Tablero de aislamiento de espuma de 8 pies, Pintura interior blanca. Horario de oficina para servicios en español UNICAMENTE: Lunes, Martes y Jueves de 9:00am - 1:30pm Miércoles 10:00am - 1:30pm Camisetas para este evento estarán a la venta después de cada misa. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con Anthonia Okonkwo 678-687-4125 Madres y Bebes Nuevamente los Caballeros de Colon estarán recolectando donativos de dinero (en biberones) y artículos nuevos para madres y bebes en necesidad. (ropa, mantas, pañales, etc.) El año pasado reunimos $4,000, cientos de artículos de ropa y miles de pañales. Por favor depositen los donativos en las cunas a partir del día de la madre hasta el día del Padre. Hacer los cheques a nombre de Paulding Pregnancy Services. Para comunicarte directamente a la oĮcina en español, debes hacer lo siguiente: Marcar el Número 770-941-2807, después Presionar el # 1 (Inglés), en el momento que escuchen la grabación: Presionar el #2, al volver a escuchar nuevamente la grabación, Presionar el #6, en cuanto contesten solo pidan hablar con Karla. The 2015 Archbishops Annual Appeal is now underway. If you did not receive a letter or did not complete an envelope at Mass, please pick one up, fill it out, drop it in the collection or return to the parish office. Please make your payments on the pledges that you committed to over the year. The theme of the Appeal this year is, ALL THIS IS DO FOR THE SAKE OF THE GOSPEL.” Eucharistic Congress 2015 Each year the Eucharistic Congress brings together Catholics from across the Archdiocese and the country to celebrate the visible, living presence of Jesus. Archbishop Gregory, along with Bishop Talley and Bishop Zarama, ask that you join them for this year’s Eucharistic Congress at the Georgia International Convention Center, June 5th and 6th. Archbishop Gregory has chosen I Will Be With You Always as the theme of this year’s 20th Anniversary of the Eucharistic Congress . Take this opportunity to reconnect with friends, spend quiet time in prayer and listen to powerful testimonials from guest speakers all around the country. MARY’S CIRCLE (A Morning Group of the CCW) Will meet on Wednesday, May 27 at 11 AM in the Day Chapel to pray the Rosary. Afterwards, we have a reservation for lunch at Ruby Tuesday on Thornton Road in Lithia Springs. We welcome all women of the parish to join us. Please let us know that you will have lunch with us by calling Audrey Ross at 770-943-1133 by Monday, May 25th, so we can have a number. SJV Parish Family Picnic May 31st, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Come and join in on the food, fun, and fellowship at the Parish Family Picnic. The Parish will provide the hamburgers and hot dogs, but it is up to us to bring the extras. Please sign up in the gathering area to bring food or to volunteer your time to help. It will be a great day, so come join the fun! Sincere Regrets Dear Parishioners, I have not been away for a single weekend since I arrived at St. John Vianney. Unfortunately I have to be away on the weekend of May 30 and 31 to attend my niece’s wedding in Trenton, New Jersey. I regret having to miss Rev. Michael Garcia’s first mass at St. John Vianney and the Parish Picnic on the following day. I will be with you in thought and prayer. Sincerely, in Christ, Fr. George LAWN CREW May 30th - Team #3 - Ray Bell, Guy Catton, Kevin Leger and Bruce Suilmann You are invited to aƩend the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday, May 30th. This Mass will be celebrated by Michael Garcia, who was ordained a priest in Miami on May 9th. He is the son of our parishioners Deacon Carlos and Dalila Garcia. Michael aƩended SJV while in high school, before he moved to Miami to become a priest, and is well known by many. So, let’s spread the word and come support Michael as he begins the priesthood! The day of the event, we will have a “box” for families to drop congratulaƟon cards into. Dinner will be catered, at no cost to parishioners; however, we need families to sign up for this event in advance so that we know how much food to order. On your way out from mass today, please complete the sign-up sheet posted in the gathering area. We are calling on all Ministry Leaders and Pastoral Council members to help us get people to sign up aŌer all Masses, as well as volunteering to help set up and clean up aŌer the event. You may contact the SJV oĸce at 770-941-2807; Maria Laboy of the Pastoral Council at email@example.com; or Carmen Diaz of the Hispanic Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org. Calling All ArƟsts and Aspiring Set Designers! SIGN UP TODAY! There are sign up forms in the gathering area AND you can sign up on our website: www.sjvpar.net VBS is open to children ages 5 yrs old—8th grade. Students in high school are needed to help with the event as Crew and Assistant Crew Leaders. The cost for VBS is $20.00 per parƟcipant. That cost covers snack each day and all acƟviƟes. If you want to sponsor a student or donate to help cover the decoraƟon cost, please let Sharon Loiselle know. If you cannot aīord the fee, please talk with Sharon. We need lots of items to transform SJV into a Mt. Everest hide-away! If you are able to donate any of these items, please let Sharon know. x x x x x x x Large Industrial Fan Rolls of plasƟc white tablecloths PlasƟc Buckets Red duct tape White duct tape A rubber chicken Small, inŇatable pool x x x x x x x 8Ō PVC pipes Electric camp Įre Rope lights Paper bags 8Ō Foam InsulaƟon Board White interior paint Large pieces of packing foam We need High School Students, Moms and Dads and anyone who wants to share their creaƟve talents that God has blessed you with! SJV needs to become a Snowy, Mountain retreat … in Georgia… in June! It is going to take lots of people to make this happen. We need men that can handle equipment and anyone that can paint a somewhat straight line… basically YOU! Sign up online at www.sjvpar.net Minutes – SJV PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING HELD APRIL 27, 2015 (The minutes are posted at www.sjvpar.net) Attendees: Fr. Reto Davatz, Sue Baird, Trina Burke, Carmen Diaz, Lourdes Fontanés, Sharon Loiselle, Frank Moran, and Maria Laboy. We introduced Bill Clarke, Associate Director of Professional Development, Office of Formation and Discipleship of the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Bill provided an overview of the recently published Archdiocese Pastoral Plan. He stated that the Archbishop has charged each Pastor with the responsibility to announce the plan to their parishioners, and tailor it to address the individual needs of the parish. This five-year plan has 14 recommendations; it is recommended that the Pastor and pastoral council study those and determine which ones to focus on first. The Pastoral Council recommended that we show the video during mass in early May. As far as developing a parish pastoral plan, that will be deferred until we have a new pastor. Instead, following Bill Clarke’s recommendation, the Pastoral Council discussed the need to conduct a Parish Needs Assessment, since we are undergoing a major change with the departure of the Conventual Franciscans. The new pastor can use the needs assessment as a tool in determining the priorities and future direction of the overall parish strategy. The Pastoral Council will need to discuss this with Father George, who was unable to attend the meeting. It is the Pastoral Council’s recommendation that during the month of May we ask the ministry leaders to choose 3-5 members of their group to participate in the one-page survey. Upon receipt of the responses, the Pastoral Council will consolidate the results, and analyze the data to provide a state of the parish report to the new Pastor. Maria announced that, as a follow up to a discussion during the Pastoral Council meeting in March, Father George communicated his desire that we wait until a new Pastor arrives before we nominate and/or select new Council members. We discussed the upcoming ordination of Michael Garcia, which will take place in Miami, FL on May 9th. A mass followed by dinner is still being planned in his honor for late May, here at St. John Vianney. Information will be published in the church bulletin and on the SJV website. Chris Butler has organized a meeting for April 29, to begin organizing the Bereavement Ministry. This was announced in the bulletin. Parish picnic is still on target for May 31st. Minutes from the Pastoral Council meeting held March 19 were approved by Lourdes Fontanés and Sue Baird. THE NEXT PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON. College Lauren Suilmann and Kate Kasmier High School Margaret Magliocco Njambi Karobia Edgar Rodarte Luke Jourden Miko Ramljak Chrystal Nwaogu Odalys Hernandez Harold Lomax II Aleksandra Glod Ifechi Okonkwo Gianni Marte Courtney Martin Moises Vazquez Kyrill Delaunay Sebastian Pierre-Paul Ashley Alphonse Natalia Pierre-Paul Terence Bergantinos Starr Celestin Joseph Bringman Kim Bergantinos Chrystal Nwaogu CONGRATULATIONS to these graduates and may God bless them as they continue on life’s journey.
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